Mountain Hardwear Phantom 15 Degree Sleeping Bag
Designed to be warm and as light as poSible, the Phantom 15 is a great all-around choice for colder conditions. This light, warm mummy cut bag has a snug fit and is an ideal choice if you only want one bag. The Phantom 15 is insulated with 800-fill down, tuck-stitched for durability and built from Superlight 15 denier fabric.
- Superlight 15D Ripstop
- 800-Fill Goose Down
- Performance Mummy Cut
- Hugs the body for maximum warmth while reducing weight
- 0.94 kg.; 2 lb. 1 oz.
- Updated for Spring 2010 with a full length zipper
- Premium, 800-fill down provides outstanding, lightweight warmth
- Performance mummy is cut snug, for maximum warmth and minimum weight
- Tight 5" baffle spacing maximizes loft
- Lightweight two-way zipper for easy entry and exit
- Down-filled face gasket comfortably blocks drafts at the hood opening
- Six-chamber hood design maintains even loft around head for consistent warmth
- Ergonomic draft collar blocks the escape of heated air from inside the bag. The two-piece collar drapes naturally over neck and shoulders creating a soft comfortable seal. Two draw cords can snug down as needed to secure the collar.
- Insulated draft tube with anti-snag panel prevents cold spots along zipper
- Comfort Footbox follows natural foot position for maximum warmth and comfort
- Single-handed drawcords simplify adjustments
- Nylon mesh storage sack and stuff sack included
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Reviews - Mountain Hardwear Phantom 15 Degree Sleeping Bag
Good ultralight bag
I've had this bag for about a year, and overall I'm really happy with it. Great things: super light weight; trim cut reduces weight and increases warmth; full length zipper means its mateable with many other full-zip bags; bag's coating is fairly water resistant. The only con I can think of is that the zipper tends to snag on the very thin shell of the bag, but that's a decent trade-off for the weight savings over most other 15 degree bags. As far as sizing goes, I'm 6'0, 150 and I fit the long version with room enough at the bottom of my bag to accommodate ski boot liners, while the girth of the bag is just roomy enough for gloves, nalgenes, and everything else I might need to dry out or prevent from freezing during ski tours. Although the cut is trimmer than the run-of-the-mill car camping bag, it's pretty manageable, especially considering that this kind of cut allows for the bags high warmth/weight ratio.